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(Cox, J. Randolph) J. Randolph Cox: A Sherlockian Fetschrift

edited by Phillip Bergem, Minneapolis, privately printed for the Norwegian Explorers. First edition, limited to 221 copies. Essays about the mystery and Sherlockian scholar, plus, Sherlockian essays by Cox, including "Did Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Use Cocaine?", a "A. Conan Doyle, Dime Novelist," "Elementary, My Dear Wooster," the influences of Holmes on Ellery Queen, "Mycroft Holmes, Private Detective," and much more. Trade paperback.


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